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Since 1995, McRitchie has published CorpGov.net, a popular Internet portal. His 2002 petition to the SEC, co-filed with Les Greenberg, is credited with re-energizing the debate over proxy access to nominate directors. McRitchie is frequently quoted in the press and has addressed audiences around the world, sponsored by associations, the Asian Development Bank, U.S. State Department, and others.
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Since 1995 the Corporate Governance site at CorpGov.net has facilitated the ability of institutional and individual shareowners to better govern corporations, enhancing both corporate accountability and the creation of wealth. News, links, commentary, corporate governance definiitons and advocacy geared to
the active investor. Browse our small reference library, join our NETwork, subscribe to the publications of our stakeholders. CorpGov.net is supported by ad revenue, as well as the publisher's speaking engagements, and consulting contracts on corporate governance.
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I filed a proxy proposal to allow shareowners access to the proxy at $
. See proposal # 5. Compare Reeds preliminary proxy filing. Wow!
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